Data from: Fire history in a western Fennoscandian boreal forest as influenced by human land use and climate

Rolstad J, Blanck Y, Storaunet KO

Date Published: October 28, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.56p6q

 

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Title Data from: Fire history in a western Fennoscandian boreal forest as influenced by human land use and climate
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Description The forest fire history data were collected in a 74-km2 section of Trillemarka-Rollagsfjell Nature Reserve in south-central Norway. By cross-dating 745 fire scars in 378 samples of remnant Scots pines, we delineated 254 individual forest fires during the past 700 years. Within the data file, a separate sheet is provided for each of the following datasets: 1 Samples, 2 Summer dairy farm locations, 3 List of forest fires, 4 Locally calibrated climate series, and 5 Raster map pixels.
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Rolstad J, Blanck Y, Storaunet KO (2017) Fire history in a western Fennoscandian boreal forest as influenced by human land use and climate. Ecological Monographs 87(2): 219-245. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ecm.1244

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Rolstad J, Blanck Y, Storaunet KO (2017) Data from: Fire history in a western Fennoscandian boreal forest as influenced by human land use and climate. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.56p6q
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